Families choose to vacation at Hyatt Lost Pines because of our special and extensive blend of activities and amenities, many of which cater to the dynamic interests of kids and teenagers...
AUSTIN / BASTROP, TEXAS (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
The fact spring is here and summer's coming means that it's time to start planning another vacation! To make it easy for parents and exciting for the whole family, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is pleased to introduce a new package that is "K" rated just for kids.
The Lost Pines Kids Outfitters Package offers traveling families an incredible value thanks to a lineup that focuses on ensuring vacation fun for lads and lasses alike, as well as lasting memories for all. Whether resort guests are on the trails of McKinney Roughs, on a sunset float along the Colorado River, on horseback at Renegade Trailhead or simply relaxing poolside, Hyatt Lost Pines sees to it that every young explorer is outfitted for maximum fun.
The Lost Pines Kids Outfitters Package at the Austin hotel and resort includes:
Two-bedroom junior suite accommodations give kids and parents plenty of elbow room in which to kick back, relax and have fun. With this package, each child receives:
- One Lost Pines backpack
- One Lost Pines coloring book
- One mascot-themed stuffed animal
- One bottomless cup for refills on non-alcoholic drinks at all property food-and-beverage outlets
- One free scoop of ice cream from McDade's
"Families choose to vacation at Hyatt Lost Pines because of our special and extensive blend of activities and amenities, many of which cater to the dynamic interests of kids and teenagers," said General Manager Steve Dewire. "Among our younger guests' favorite offerings are hanging with our resort dog Hoss, meeting our resort mascots, going horseback riding and zip lining, visiting the Wild Hare Youth Spa and much more."
Perfect for springtime escapes, summer getaways and family vacations throughout the year, the Lost Pines Kids Outfitters Package introduces young and adult travelers to the best this scenic destination has to offer. Hyatt Lost Pines is located between Austin and Bastrop, which puts this luxurious wilderness retreat well within reach of Texas travelers as well as visitors from beyond the Lone Star State. Children and adults will enjoy the Crooked River Water Park with its flowing river, water slide, fountains and sandy beach. Meanwhile, Camp Hyatt offers a variety of crafts, games and activities for the younger set. The Wild Hare Youth Spa is a treat for youth up to age 16, with manicure, pedicures, facials and parent-supervised massage treatments; while Spa Django offers grown-ups a glorious and peaceful pampering retreat. Active guests will appreciate outdoor leisure activities such as horseback riding, Frisbee golf, zip lining, sunset raft trips, archery, hiking, biking, basketball and tennis. And Wolfdancer Golf Course offers a challenging layout for the experienced golfer, as well as lessons for all skill levels, kids included.
To book a Hyatt Lost Pines Lost Pines Kids Outfitters Package for your family, kids and friends, call 1-800-HYATT or visit us at http://www.visitlostpines.com. The package is available for travel dates between March 1, 2012 and Dec. 30, 2012. Special offer code: PKGKLP.
About Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa
Situated along the banks of the Lower Colorado River just outside Austin, Texas, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa features 491 guest rooms, more than 60,000 square feet of indoor meeting space and over 230,000 square feet of outdoor function space including a pavilion and amphitheater. The resort offers guests a true, luxurious wilderness escape located on over 400 acres of diverse Texas terrain and adjoining the 1,100-acre McKinney Roughs Nature Park. Amenities include Wolfdancer (an Arthur Hills designed 18-hole golf course), Spa Django, and Renegade Trailhead equestrian facility. In addition to golf and horseback riding, guests may enjoy birding, floating down the Crooked River, hiking along 18 miles of trails, kayaking and rafting on the Colorado River, and a nightly roasting of s'mores at one of the outdoor fire pits. The resort features weekly live music and boasts seven on-site dining options offering everything from a light snack to a fine dining experience.